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RX acquires major data conference owner, appoints new sustainability director

The company formerly known as Reed Exhibitions has been keeping itself busy, kicking off the year with some major developments.

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Events

Sunset Cinema returns for its 10th season

Much to the delight of COVID-cautious cinema fans, this outdoor cinema has swooped in to cater for fun times with family, mates or dates.

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The Big Cheese

Big Cheese Catch-up with Meliá Hotels & Resorts’ Edward E. Snoeks

Ahead of Meliá Chiang Mai’s April debut, we had a chin wag with its general manager… until he asked us to stop wiggling our jaws and speak normally.

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Destinations

BridgeClimb seeks untold stories and artefacts of Sydney Harbour Bridge for 90th birthday

Everyone’s got a story about the Harbour bridge, whether it be a bridge climb with friends or yelling in the car because of severe traffic congestion.

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Venues

Explore Tassie’s meeting and conference venues virtually with fandangled new map

This virtual map of Tassie is the new one-stop-shop for event planners who want to head down south for their next gathering.

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Meetings

Business Events Geelong goes digital with all-new 2022 Planner’s Guide

With COVID sweeping through the nation once again, it seems like all event planning business is going virtual.

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Events

The City of Sydney is Going Al Fresco With New Summer Streets Program

City of Sydney is encouraging its citizens to take to the streets! For COVID friendly wining and dining, of course.

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Events

Iconic Sydney pub rebrands as a Church in response to frustrating exemptions

The Gladdy is putting the ‘Lord’ in ‘Lord Gladstone’. But one question remains: if there really is a God, how on earth did they ever allow Christian rock to be invented?

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Events

The Global Entrepreneurship Congress is heading to Melbourne

The Victorian city is preparing itself to be full of young entrepreneurs; real ones, not just those who list the title on dating apps to seem mysterious.

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Events

Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe to return in March

Rumour has it that Sculpture by the Sea was the original name for the Sydney Opera House but this left performers quite offended.

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Conferences

PCOA annual conference postponed until end of 2022

Omicron strikes again as, ironically, not even the Professional Conference Organisers Association can seem to organise a conference.

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Hotels

Stamford plans $1.4bn redevelopment of Australian properties

The Singaporean company’s grand plan could see its Circular Quay and Brisbane properties redeveloped into luxury apartments.

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